Erik has a cold sore. COVID-19 has arrived in our Vancouver Island home – just not in the way you would expect. Its imprint is a scab, tiny and red, innocuous except for what it represents: autism and upheaval. Autism or not, we all feel it: the gnawing uncertainty, the absence of routine, order, certainty, predictability and calm. In a few short days, our routines have fallen away. We adapt by creating new, updated versions – each day. Click here to read more…
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